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Journal (Progress?) #461712

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 30, 1972
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(Jackson, New Hampshire) This town is always crowded with tourists. In summer they come to escape heat, in fall they admire autumn leaves, in winter they come to ski. Right now town free of tourists. Pop. of town is 404. People fear ruination of town by development and growth. [Peggy FROST - says town needs more zoning.] [Lee HARMON - says vacation houses may overcrowd town. Fears developers will spoil waters and charm of town.] [Mary HATTON - says people lack social consciousness. Wants to move to West Coast where fewer people.] [Phillip KELLY - lives in country, but country won't be there much longer due to expansion. Wants to move further out. [New houses polluting scenery.]
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David
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00:04:00

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